Kunho Kim of Harvard University at Yosemite National Park courtesy of Brad Riew Is your building accessible? Where is the accessible entrance to your building? Will my wheelchair fit in your bathroom? Where's your elevator to the second floor? People who use wheelchairs know these questions all too well. Show More Summary
A man who is confined to a wheelchair is under the mistaken belief that he did something that caused his wife to snap and attempt to smother him with a
Not only is Cassidy a super cute miracle kitten, he's also super playful and sweet.
The saying that dogs are man’s best friend certainly holds true for one woman. Sarena Moore’s faithful service dog remained by her side even as she was shot dead by
Oregon shooting victim Sarena Moore was shot to death as she struggled to get out of her wheelchair. Witnesses say the deranged gunman ordered the 44-year-old mother-of-three to exit her wheelchair. However, as the woman struggled, the gunman shot her along with eight of her classmates. Show More Summary
A disabled man from Florida says he doesn’t blame his wife for trying to suffocate him despite the fact she tried to kill him before leaving to spend the weekend with her boyfriend. The 57-year-old James Olds is wheelchair bound from what his son describes as Multiple Sclerosis. Show More Summary
Ava Ellis, a 4-year-old girl, started school in a wheelchair after a bizarre and mind-boggling police screw-up in June, when her mom, Andrea, cut herself on some glass, only to have a police officer show up at the house and shoot the little girl in the leg. Show More Summary
Ray Navarro's double-entendre portraits of his wheelchair, walker, and cane, made when he was too sick to actually fabricate this piece in his last days with AIDS. I'd never heard of Ray Navarro before I saw Art AIDS America at Tacoma Art Museum last week. Show More Summary
A playful Cassidy still raring to go, even without his wheels. images via Tiny Kittens via Huffington Post
For individuals in wheelchairs, getting around can be a challenge -- particularly when it comes to finding accessible rental cars, taxis or public transportation. A Paris-based startup is attempting to fix that. Launched last year, Wheeliz...Show More Summary
The next time you believe that an unfortunate circumstance means that you can’t achieve a dream or take part in an activity you love, take a moment to think about Larry LaBute and then go ahead and live out those dreams. I’m not sure...Show More Summary
Bullet, the service dog that helped Oregon massacre victim Sarena Moore get around Umpqua Community College, was turned over by police to her fiancé and her children, her heartbroken family told the Daily News Tuesday.
Sam says Rockwell owes him fifty, not twenty-five. I say, “Mmmmm.” “I mean, I've got a lot of time tied up in this case. It's not right. Do you know anything about Griggs? The wheelchair and the service dock?” I shake my head. Rockwell's one of my partners, but I don't know much about his cases. Show More Summary
A Pittsburgh man survived for a remarkable three days inside a disused railroad tunnel after his wheelchair broke down.
Over the years I’ve posted about new wheelchair ramps & steps into buildings completely choking off the sidewalk. Here’s another. So a person who uses a wheelchair and lives a block North in the universal design 6 North Apartments must deal with this daily to reach their job at a biotech...
"Oh... no, I actually didn't read that." These were the staggered words of a company recruiter during a phone interview with me a week ago. They called after a brief e-mail exchange about my résumé posted on Craigslist. The incitingShow More Summary
A 12-year-old girl from Brooklyn, New York, has said that she is on the road to recovery after Pope Francis met and blessed her during his visit to the city in September. The girl, Julia Bruzzese, said she believes in miracles, and thinks the meeting with the pontiff has greatly helped her.
My walk down my dementia care community’s hallway turned into a sprint as I saw a family member of one of my residents struggling to lift his mom. “Woah, woah!” I cried out, running for her wheelchair as he continued holding her up. I took the chair and pulled it behind the couple as an aide helped me lower the woman into her chair. Show More Summary
(Image: Fox 2) Since she was 5 years old, Sharina Jones of Detroit, Michigan has used a wheelchair. When she recently became a mom, she found a new obstacle to overcome: it was impossible to use a conventional stroller while in her wheelchair. Show More Summary
I heard his voice. Not because he was yelling, or because he was being unduly loud, but because he was speaking with quiet emphasis.I knew, without seeing him, that he was a wheelchair user. Not because he, or the party he was speaking...Show More Summary